When? Friday 30th March, 06:10 (UK)
Where? ANZ Stadium
What channel is it on? UK - Sky Sports Arena Australia - Nine Network, Foxtel, LIVE PASS
Where can I stream the match? UK - Sky Sports subscribers can stream the match online via Sky Go Australia - https://www.telstra.com.au/tv-...
Are tickets still available? http://premier.ticketek.com.au...
Head Coach: Anthony Seibold
Starting 13: Johnston, Kennar, Inglis, Gagai, Jennings, Walker, Doueihi, T. Burgess, Cook, S. Burgess, Sutton, Crichton, Murray – Interchanges: Hunt, Nicholls, G. Burgess, Tatola – Reserves: Farah, Clark, Burns, Turner
Unavailable: Adam Reynolds, Zane Musgrove, Jesse Arthars, Campbell Graham, Tyrell Fuimaono
Head Coach: Dean Pay
Starting 13: Mbye, B. Morris, J. Morris, Hopoate, Montoya, Marshall-King, Foran, Woods, Lichaa, Klemmer, Jackson, Faitala-Mariner, Tolman – Interchanges: Elliott, Fualalo, Tuaolo, Brown – Reserves: Toomaga, Holland, Fine, Olive
Unavailable: Tom Carr
Both of these new head coaches picked up their first wins last week and will be hoping it is the start of a good run of form. Souths were dominant against Manly whilst Canterbury did well to beat a buoyant Penrith side. Souths have made more metres than any other team so far this season with 5,224 metres from their three games with their big men setting the platform for the outside backs to go to work last week with five of their seven tries coming from their wingers. Canterbury were much improved on their first two efforts in their win last week but Souths could be too difficult to handle through the middle and can be the side to win back-to-back games.